Your IT security should always consider two key things – your data and your people. While data is the end goal for many of the cybercriminals looking to exploit your business, your people can often unknowingly become the vehicle that helps them achieve that goal. And everyone is vulnerable. From your admin staff to the CEO, anyone could become the subject of a cybercriminal’s attention and fall victim to intelligent ransomware, malware, or even fraud-based attacks. Cybercrime is getting smart fast, so it’s imperative that your people are sufficiently prepared and properly protected – both inside and outside your workplace.
We do everything we can to keep your people and your data safe. By taking a people-centric approach to your security, we speak directly to your staff to better understand their cyber-awareness, assess the protections in place, and establish how much training they need. From there, we take a deep look into your existing security posture, using this knowledge and our expertise to help refine your policies and streamline security protocols to ensure your business is as protected as possible. And because we’re so aware of how quickly threats change and evolve, we don’t just deliver your solution and disappear, but check in with regular reviews to see your security always stays one step ahead. Importantly, we’re ISO 27001 accredited, so you can be sure the defence and management of your data strictly adheres to independent and internationally-recognised standards.
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It’s easy to skip a protection or overlook a user action, especially when your people are concerned that enhanced security will be intrusive and negatively impact their work. We’re here to tell you we don’t let that happen. We’re focused on exceptional security solutions that don’t come at the expense of people productivity. We know it’s possible, because we’ve done it.
Our people-centric approach sees us deliver security solutions that ensure your users are never compromised by security. If anything, we see security as an enabler for them to do their jobs effectively and without interruption, giving them the freedom and confidence to enjoy working at their best at all times. Consequently, you gain important peace of mind knowing that your business is fully protected, and your people are always productive.
The network perimeter is becoming blurred, but the importance of the right security measures has never been clearer.
Despite ever-more sophisticated threats, the most likely place a security intrusion will occur remains the network perimeter, and its gateway with the Internet. However, the network perimeter has expanded way beyond the traditional LAN, thanks to new trends in mobility, homeworking, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and even Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives. Security measures at the perimeter are therefore the first line of defence from the outside and a critical part of any infrastructure’s security.
The devices and ‘things’ connecting to the network are growing by the day. Endpoint and Mobile Security is focused on ensuring this doesn’t weaken defence.
Once endpoint protection was all about anti-virus. However, as workforces go mobile and the threat count spirals, Endpoint Security has morphed into something much greater. As a result, it’s raced up the priority list compared to other security considerations.
For most organisations, their data – whether that’s related to customers, intellectual property, or sensitive corporate data – is considered a critical asset to be protected at all costs.
It’s no longer enough to simply look at Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions that merely try and control data loss. There’s now a new approach to data security. At its core is proactivity, set to identify, classify, and protect data based on its value.In a compliance-driven world, this kind of approach is imperative, particularly where Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is at play, and data processors must be able to successfully execute Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) and the Right to be Forgotten.
Gaining visibility of vulnerabilities is the key to managing risk and better preparing internal security to protect what matters.
Most malware today exploits a vulnerability in a networked program or device. Understanding where these vulnerabilities lie is therefore critical to maintaining a healthy network. Only with visibility can risk be effectively managed and networks secured. We with you to ensure your networks remain secure.
While cloud has well and truly gone mainstream, nagging concerns over security risks remain. For every risk, however, there is a response.
The cloud is an attractive alternative to traditional computing approaches. It promises almost unrivalled access, flexibility, scalability, and responsiveness. However, just like traditional computing approaches, it comes with its own set of security issues.
It’s time to turn continuous threat intelligence into actionable insight that guides incident response and supports compliance.
Even with the best defences, security incidents will inevitably occur. In the event, the focus needs to be on incident response and how to mount a planned, coordinated and most of all swift response to minimise the impact.